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Compensation for the men and women who put themselves in harm's way has been rising since 9/11. It's all part of the price of freedom.
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The former veep's loss to Bush allowed him to focus on business. Selling Apple stock and Current TV added plenty to his coffers.
The retailer spent a king's ransom to hire former CEO Ron Johnson and his top 3 lieutenants. The results weren't pretty.
House Republicans say the move would give state and federal employees more flexibility. Opponents say it's just another way to cut paychecks.
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